Mechatronics Canada

June 27, 2022

 

MC Select Contrinex Photoelectric Sensors Offer IO Link Compatability 1 400

AutomationDirect has expanded their vast offering of discrete sensors by adding Contrinex C23 standard and clear object detection sensors. These Contrinex mini rectangular photoelectric sensors are ideal for limited-space applications and are available in diffuse, diffuse with adjustable background suppression, retroreflective, and through-beam models. Sensor housings have an IP67 enclosure rating and are ECOLAB-approved for use in hygienic areas.

The Contrinex TRU-C23 UV photoelectric sensors are designed for detecting transparent objects, such as those made with plastic or glass. Since transparent materials absorb large amounts of polarized UV light, it is very easy to set the threshold at which these sensors switch.

Select models are IO-Link® compatible, providing continuous diagnostic information and easy remote sensor mode selection along with accurate object detection data. All sensor outputs are complementary, allowing them to be used as a light-on or dark-on sensor.

These new photoelectric sensors start at $32.00, come with a 2-year warranty, and are UL listed, CE marked, and RoHs compliant.

MC Select Contrinex Photoelectric Sensors Offer IO Link Compatability 2 400

New Contrinex C23 standard and clear object detection photoelectric sensors expand our offering of discrete sensors. These Contrinex mini rectangular sensors are made in the USA and are available in diffuse, diffuse with adjustable background suppression, retroreflective, and through-beam models. Additionally, Contrinex TRU-C23 UV photoelectric sensors are ideally suited for detecting transparent objects such as plastic or glass. Since transparent materials absorb large amounts of polarized UV light, it is very easy to set the threshold at which these sensors switch. 

 

MC Select Contrinex Photoelectric Sensors Offer IO Link Compatability 3 400

 

 

 

Learn more at AutomationDirect by clicking here 

 

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MC Four Ways Omrons New Factory Drive Recorder Helps You Determine Root Causes 1 400

If a product is scratched by a robot but nobody was there to see it, how do you know what exactly happened? Intermittent problems in manufacturing lines (such as die casting) can cause millions of lost $$$ when repair workers are forced to troubleshoot without any idea of what may have caused the problem or when the problem will occur again.

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